At her birth Elizabeth was promised to renowned aboriginal artist, Old Mick Namarrari. She was married to Mick in 1980 and has three children from this marriage. In 1983 Elizabeth and Old Mick moved to Kintore.
She has been painting for number a years, but as the wife of Old Mick Namarrari she was somewhat overshadowed as an artist. Today Elizabeth is rising in prominence as her striking works catch the attention of both art galleries and collectors worldwide. Her country lies to the east of Kintore in the Northern Territory. Elizabeth lives at Tjukurla in the Gibson Desert in Western Australia. She is a Pintupi & Luritja speaker as well as Warlpiri speaker from her mothers side.
Her paintings talk of the secret and sacred Tingari Cycle, a spiritual journey that incorporates story, song and ceremony. The Tingari women travelled vast stretches of the country performing rituals, which in turn brought into being the land formations of particular sites. She was named in the 2004 Australian Art Collector annual list of Top 50 Most Collectible Artists.